Matching Vibration for the Intuitive SolePath

There are certain physical items that have the same energy as the Intuitive SolePath, things that vibrate at their wavelength. And these provide a wonderful, positive, lifelong addition throughout their life. Intuitive’s have a special colour, a unique gemstone, their own essential oil, a shape, a flower, an animal instinct, and a musical instrument that enhances their energy and helps them feel great.

People with an Intuitive SolePath are inherently fun and full. This means that they are an intuitive person, who is positive and playful, full of ideas and one who needs physical activity.


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Colour:

The colour for Intuitive’s is white. White enhances creativity, awakening and ideas. White is a symbol of peace and purity. White can be introduced in bedding, clothing, or décor. 


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Gemstone:

The gemstone for Intuitive’s is clear quartz. This gemstone holds and amplifies intentions, clears personal energy and promotes happiness. Gemstones may be placed in the bedroom, kept in a pocket, or worn as jewelry.


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Essential oil: 

Peppermint is the essential oil that most closely matches the natural vibration of Intuitive’s. It revives and lifts spirits and encourages a zest for life. Essential oils can be lightly spritzed onto porous materials, such as clothing and bed linens.


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Shape:

The circle shape represents intuition and ideas, and a positive playful person who loves physical activity. Circle shapes can be introduced in creative play and artwork, as well as ornaments in the home.


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Flower: 

Carnation’s have the same energy as Intuitive’s. Metaphysically, carnations represent purity, innocence and intuition; they symbolize luck and gratitude.


Animal instinct: 

Of all the animals, dolphins have the same energy as Intuitive’s. Dolphins are able to listen at several different levels simultaneously. They are sensitive and keenly aware of others. They live in the here and now, the present moment. They are very playful.


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Musical instrument: 

Bow instruments like the double base, cello and violin are a perfect energy match for Intuitive’s. Bow instruments produce sound from rubbing strings with a bow.


Knowing this, contributes to understanding yourself at a deep level, and helps you to become the best version of yourself that you can be. Walk the path to purpose and a beautiful life.

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Author: Dr. Debra Ford Msc.D.

Dr. Debra is one of the world’s foremost experts in metaphysical energy. She has a doctorate in metaphysical science and is a metaphysical philosophy teacher. She is an ordained minister and member of the American Metaphysical Doctors Association and the Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry.

Dr. Debra’s SolePath is Inspirational Teacher and Spiritual Mystic. It is this SolePath that allows her to connect, create and communicate the original SolePath body of work.

Dr. Debra’s work is based on the Tao. She is the author of 17 books including ‘SolePath the path to purpose and a beautiful life, Daily Pulse, rhythm of the Tao and her children’s book ‘Emilia Rose and the rainbow adventure’.

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What is Metaphysics? It is one of the main branches of philosophy (along with epistemology, logic, ethics) and deals with the nature of existence, truth and knowledge.

What is SolePath? Everyone is born with a SolePath. It is your unique, individual Spiritual Personality Profile. ‘Sole’ because it is solely about you. ‘Path’ because it guides you on your life’s journey. 

Contact: DrDebra@SolePath.org

Grateful thanks to Dr. Janice Brown for the wonderful blog images.